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I have wanted to see The Eagles in concert for years! It as so incredible finally getting to in NOLA. I was overwhelmed with emotions and only wish that I had gotten to see Glenn Frey. They sounded amazing and the show was just the best. I will never forget it and will cherish this memory always. Deacon Frey did not disappoint. And I was really surprised at how great Jo Walsh was...he really put on a show.
Michael from Minneapolis, Minnesota
GREAT SHOW AT TARGET FIELD JUNE 30, 2018!
The band was in incredible form last night, covering a ton of the hits and playing with
precision. The Eagles sounded SO GOOD! Incredible voices, incredible musicianship, and a
rollicking good time. Jimmy Buffett as the first show was very nice as well. Not a
Parrothead, but enjoyed seeing Jimmy last night, he is quite the showman!
Sadie from Denver, Colorado
They were both great!
Kent Stine from Denver, Colorado
COORS FIELD MAGIC
Beautiful Colorafo night at Coors Field. Jimmy
Buffet was great, never paid close attention to
him but he has quite a following and was
definitely good to experience. The Eagles
opened exactly on time at 8:45 pm and played
about 2 1/2 hours. Having Deacon Frey as part
of the band gave you goose bumps, a
flashback to to 40 years ago (and wearing a
Denver Broncos t-shirt). They opened with
“Take it Easy” really featuring Deacon. Joe
walsh was typical Joe and definitely a highlight
of the night, he’s still got it. “One of these
Nights” was the 2nd song. Thereor encore was
Hotel California which was perfect, Rocky
Mountian High, and finished with Desperado.
It was great, so glad I finally got to see them
even without Glen. The crowds trying to get in
where huge, never been backed up and so
delayed getting in any type of event. Coors
Field was a great venue.
Dan from Denver, Colorado
BETTER AND BETTER
Before our concert in Denver last night I'd been following the utube
posts since they started with the new line up. You can see them getting
better and better. Deacon improves each show, and Vince has added
depth to songs that has made them better. Make no mistake, Joe
Walsh is The Man when you see them live. He was incredible. I'll go
again at the first chance.
Michelle from Dallas, Texas
The Eagles were everything I wanted to see last night! I am so glad that these guys
got together and realized that audiences still loved them and their music and
wanted to see them. Having Deacon Frey perform with the band was amazing - he is
doing his father proud and kudos to Don Henley, Joe Walsh, and Timothy B Schmidt
for helping Deacon into an international spotlight with their music. Joe Walsh can
still bring down the house with his guitar licks and Vince Gill was obviously pleased
with the response that his music received in Dallas. I loved the "extra" encore we
got in Texas - Deep in the Heart of Texas was fun! Thank you, Eagles, making so
many dreams come true by touring again.
C.K. Godbey from Fort Worth, Texas
0 STARS FOR AT&T STADIUM, EAGLES 5 STARS DALLAS, TEXAS
It was awesome to see Deacon Frey on stage,, he looks and sounds so much like his
Dad in his younger years. The 10 plus times I have seen the Eagles they have
always been awesome! BUT this time I heard an ECHO SOUND during the vocals
the entire concert. It was bad.I had floor seats 18th row, I've had floor seats other
places with no echo! Also the video screen that faced the floor was sometimes
distorted, when the side video screens facing the balcony was picture perfect.
During Joe Walsh's Rocky Mountain Way was one of the many times the screen was
distorted. During past concerts that's one of the best parts to see! I don't know for
sure if the distortion was intentional but if it was, that was a stupid decision. I had
heard in the past about sound quality at AT&T stadium I thought maybe it was the
band itself. Well I am here to set the record straight AT&T Stadium sucks for a
concert venue! I love The Eagles, and I so hope I get one more chance to see them
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